There are various reactions patients experience to having spacers placed ... and
would be more uncomfortable than the actual braces.
... braces. I am wondering are they going to hurt more then the spacers, and how
can I relieve the pain. ... Braces Hurt a little bit but not as much as spacers. ... If
you do constantly get cuts in one spot, use wax on your braket.
When there is not enough space between the teeth, braces cannot be put on.
When a you ... Metal spacers are more painful than rubber spacers. In some ... If
you are chewing gum or eating a chewy piece of candy, you do not need to worry
When you hear the news that you're going to have spacers for braces ... option of
having braces fitted or have already committed to the process, then ... separators
have more work to do in creating a sufficient gap between these cramped teeth.
You may not need spacers, but, if you do, having the rubber bands between your
... u-shaped wires  into your braces (one on top and one on the bottom), then ...
When you first get your braces on, your teeth will hurt for a few days, as they ...
The more often you break off brackets, the longer you will be wearing your braces
Jan 26, 2010 ... im getting my braces this friday!...anyways W...when you get spacers,It kinda
hurts,but the ... Does spacers hurt more than the actual braces?
i remember spacers hurting more than braces. neither hurt badly ... and braces
for 4 years.. Spacers don't hurt as much as braces do, at least in my experience.
An orthodontic band is the older style of braces that are usually used in the ...
Orthodontic bands are able to take the chewing forces better than a bonded ... It
is more durable and has less chance of becoming loose. ... Next post: How do I
get rid of these sores in the corners of my mouth? ... How Long will My Braces
Apr 23, 2008 ... ... or spacers??? And do braces hurt ALOT or arnt they too bad? ... Braces hurt
more than spacers, but braces aren't that bad either. Source(s): I ...
It feels like you have something stuck between your teeth -- and you do! In some
cases it may be more than just uncomfortable; it may ache. If so, take pain ...